SCL Spring Sports

Baseball | Girls BowlingClay Target League | Boys Golf | Girls Golf | Lacrosse | Softball | Track and Field

Baseball

SCL Baseball competes with a full schedule at the C, JV, and varsity levels. HS baseball is open to grades 7-12. Teams compete in the Tri Metro conference with schedules of 10-12 games for C Team and 17-20 games for JV and varsity. During the summer, the Junior Legion team plays on campus with a schedule of 15 games and two tournaments. A partnership with West St. Paul Legion allows advanced players the opportunity to play 40 games during the summer. 

Baseball Calendars

Varsity Baseball | JV Baseball | C Team Baseball

  

Head Coach

Scott Goplen

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Softball

The SCL softball program (fast pitch) includes JV and varsity teams open to grades 7-12. The season runs mid-March through the end of May with postseason play into June. The Crusaders softball team practices and plays varsity games at its home field on campus.

Softball Calendars

Varsity Softball | JV Softball

Head Coach

Erin Hulse 

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Girls Bowling

Head Coach:

Daniel Swiderski

 


Clay Target League

The SCL Clay Target Team participates in the Minnesota State High School Clay Target League. Our home field is at the South St. Paul Gun Club. Students compete virtually with other schools across the state which are of similar size and experience. The season runs March through May with a state tournament in Alexandria, MN in June. Students must have their Minnesota Fire Arms Safety Certification or Wisconsin Firearms Safety Certificate to participate. There are also other costs to be part of the team.

Trap Shooting Hall of Fame

Article About the History of the Clay Target League

Clay Target League Calendar

Clay Target League

 

Head Coach:

Paul Weihing

Assistant Coaches:

Lucas Boehm, Tony Drkula, Casey Pufahl


Boys Golf

Boys Golf Calendar

Boys Golf

  

Head Coach:

Ryan Heiman

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Girls Golf

Section Champions and State Participants

The Crusader girls golf team  includes a varsity and JV program for athletes in grades 7-12. The team practices daily, and matches are held during the week throughout the spring. The Ponds at Battle Creek is the Crusaders' home course. The Ponds consists of 9 holes, a large driving range and a short game area.

Athletes also compete at other courses within the Twin Cities.

Girls Golf Calendar

Girls Golf

Head Coach

Heidi Groom

Assistant Coach

Ellen Pieper

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Track and Field

The Crusader boys and girls track and field teams were Conference and Section Champions and Track State Class AA True Team Participants. In 2014, the boys team was the Section 4A Champions. The girls track team, under the direction of Coach Rachel Grev, was Section 4A Runners-up.

SCL hosts many of the Twin Cities’ largest high school track events in our athletic complex, which includes one of the best tracks in the metro area.

A typical season includes ten track meets, about half of which are varsity meets. Athletes compete in the Section True Team, Conference Championship, State True Team, Section 4A, and the State Meet held at Hamline University. Varsity and junior varsity compete in three meets each year with other conference schools as well as an invitational meet.

Boys and girls middle school track is open to students in grades 6-8. Athletes compete in Tri Metro Conference meets with schools that have a middle school, and they participate in an association grade school meet held at SCL.

Track and Field Calendars

HS Track & Field | MS Track & Field

Girls Head Coach

Rachel Grev

Boys Head Coach

Brent Schacht 

Middle School Head Coach

Dan Plath

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Lacrosse

Boys lacrosse is a co-op team with Minnehaha Academy, DeLaSalle, St. Agnes, Concordia, and St. Paul Academy and began in 2015. Lacrosse practice begins at the end of March.

Lacrosse Calendar

Lacrosse

 

Boys Head Coach

Mike Cunningham

 

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Afton Sobasky, Class of 2014, D1 Scholarship Athlete, Bradley University
" The program covers all aspects of a student’s life: pushing me to excel in the classroom, using my God-given talents to His glory, and being a Christian leader to my teammates. "
- Afton '14